PbP-LA: March 2018 Newsletter

Launch of a New Partnership Last week, Project by Project (PbP) Los Angeles held a kickoff mixer to announce Organization of Chinese Americans – Greater Los Angeles (OCA-GLA) – Asian Pacific American Advocates as the beneficiary partner for 2018. In support of this year’s theme focused around Asian Americans and Immigration, PbP-LA and OCA-GLA are […]

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PbP-LA March 2018 Press Release

Project by Project – Los Angeles Celebrates Its Fourteenth Partner Los Angeles, CA (March 7, 2018) – Every year, Project by Project – Los Angeles (PbP-LA) chooses a non-profit organization as a beneficiary partner to advance awareness of important social issues in the Los Angeles Asian and Pacific Islander (APA) community. After an engaging selection […]

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PbP-LA: February 2018 Newsletter

“… An Insidious Myth.” Stereotypes are often based on inaccurate generalizations, and for our community, the image of Model Minority has done more to levy sweeping, incorrect assumption to every ethnic groups under the umbrella term of Asian Americans. This past weekend, the Los Angeles Chapter was excited to invite Christine Lee, the Development Manager […]

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PbP-LA: January 2018 Newsletter

The Annual Campaign Through a competitive application process, a local community-based non-profit organization that specializes on issues within the current annual theme is selected to participate in a year-long campaign to receive aid in its fundraising, community outreach, and public awareness efforts. The year-long campaigns include the planning of Project by Project’s signature fundraising event, […]

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Project by Project Los Angeles: September 2017 Newsletter

Did you Hear? Plate by Plate Photos Are Here! As we look back on another successful Plate by Plate, what better way to remember the delicious food and great memories, than by looking through Project by Project’s very own photo album? A huge thank you to all the photographers and videographers who helped capture the […]

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Project by Project Los Angeles: August 2017 Newsletter

15th Annual Plate by Plate presented by Project by Project LA This year our Los Angeles Chapter showcased a signature lineup of artists, creators, and leaders who are driving the culinary culture of the sprawling metropolitan of the West. More diverse, more inventive, and more refined is what we delivered for our 20th anniversary celebration […]

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Plate by Plate 2017 Press Release

Tickets On Sale Now For Plate by Plate Presented by Project by Project’s 20th Anniversary Los Angeles, CA (June 23, 2017) –  Project by Project – Los Angeles is pleased to announce tickets for our annual tasting benefit, Plate by Plate, are now available to the public at www.platebyplate.org/la.  With a curated list of renowned […]

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Project by Project Los Angeles: June 2017 Newsletter

Plate by Plate 2017 Ticket Launch Mixer Recap Tickets for Plate by Plate 2017 have officially gone on sale! This past Tuesday, June 20th, we hosted our annual Ticket Launch Mixer at Birds and Bees in Downtown Los Angeles. Guests in attendance were treated to the exclusive special kick-off pricing for both GA and VIP […]

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Project by Project Los Angeles: May 2017 Newsletter

Private Guided Tour with Project by Project LA Roots: Asian American Movements in Los Angeles 1986-80s Roots: Asian American Movements in Los Angeles 1968-80s is the first exhibition to collect and present this history, arguing that the past gives meaning to the present and the future of our communities. As we continue to celebrate AAPI heritage […]

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Project by Project Los Angeles: April 2017 Newsletter

Project by Project LA Presents: 2017 Kick Off Mixer Recap We hosted our first event of the year this past March on St. Patrick’s Day! Our 2017 Kick Off Mixer at The Reserve in Downtown Los Angeles was a huge success. There were new and old faces that joined us, and we were glad to […]

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